While the Galaxy Nexus is the first smartphone to be released with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box, that can only mean one thing – other smartphones in the Android camp will soon hit the market with Ice Cream Sandwich in tow as well. Mobile World Congress that is happening at the end of this month will be the platform where LG will announce two new models with Android 4.0 loaded – and they are the LG P880 and P700. Of course, such information was revealed in the form of two screenshots, sporting a February 1, 2012 “certification date” attached to their respective codenames. Chances are rather high that the LG P880 and P700 will be known by something else when they finally hit the market – after all, neither sounds cool at the moment.
As for the other hardware specifications, we are still left with a blank sheet of paper for the answers, although there has been rumors floating around that we could be looking at a display that sports 1280 x 720 resolution, a TI OMAP dual-core processor running inside, and 1GB RAM among others, but let us not get carried away at the moment and see what LG has in store for us officially at MWC 2012 later this month.
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